Dozen Who Made A Difference

Speaking Their Minds

Spokesman for St. Francis plaintiffs gets message out

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

The hardest personal injury cases for plaintiffs' lawyers to prove are those without any physical or objective evidence of damage. Traumatic brain injuries are invisible enough, but the psychological injuries from childhood sexual abuse are even more elusive. It is perhaps the greatest test of a trial lawyer's abilities - and a plaintiff's credibility - when the measure of damages is a story the jury is free to believe or disbelieve.

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